How to Edit Podcasts to Quit Your Job with Steve Stewart
Successfully Unemployed Show with Entrepreneurs Investors and Side Hustle
In 5 years, there could be double the amount of podcast which means there will be double the amount of people needing to have their shows edited. Today, Steve Stewart shows us how to start a business being a podcast editor to be successfully unemployed. The number of podcasts are growing all the time and there will an even more of a need for technical people to do the work behind the show.Text: rental to 33777 for my free real estate investing course.Learn even more at the show notes page: https://successfullyunemployed.co/13// WHAT TO WATCH NEXTStart a Podcast: https://youtu.be/YdKKwSSOnJAMake Money Online: https://youtu.be/WDkRHg3uxR0Flea Market Flipper: https://youtu.be/MYEoeQPT-5E//BEST BUSINESS COURSES I RECOMMENDStart an Online Business: https://successfullyunemployed.co/p24Start a podcast: https://successfullyunemployed.co/podcourseMake money on Etsy: https://successfullyunemployed.co/goldcityCreate a Facebook Ads Agency: https://successfullyunemployed.co/laptopempiresMake $ from nothing as a Flea Market Flipper: https://successfullyunemployed.co/fleamarketflipperLearn how to invest in land: https://successfullyunemployed.co/retipster//OTHER RESOURCES:Bank I use: https://successfullyunemployed.co/bankWebsite hosting I use: https://successfullyunemployed.co/sitegroundMembership Tools I Use for My Online Business: https://successfullyunemployed.co/kartraNOTE: This description may contains affiliate links to products we enjoy using ourselves. Should you choose to use these links, this channel may earn affiliate commissions at no additional cost to you. We appreciate your support!
48: Steve Stewart - What Happens When You Give God Everything In Your Hands?
Real Faith Stories
Since Steve was a child, he dreamed of making a huge impact on the world. Then, in his 40's after serious complications from spine surgery, and losing 45 pounds in just six weeks, he was back in the hospital. During this time, he began to seriously examine his life. What impact had he really made? If given a second chance, what would he do? These questions coupled with a book he began to read exploded into a commitment to completely give God what he had in his hands - 22 years of design engineering experience - and go all-in on his faith. What happened after that is a Real Faith Story. Meet Steve: https://www.realfaithstories.com/guests/stevestewart Steve's Website: https://alliedh2o.com/ The Book Steve Read While In The Hospital: The Irresistible RevolutionSpecial Guest: Steve Stewart.
54. How to get the most out of a live event with Steve Stewart
The Podcast Manager Show
EPISODE 54 Are you thinking about attending a live event in 2021? Today on the show, I'm talking to Steve Stewart about LIVE and VIRTUAL events - and if podcast managers should be attending. Steve has a ton of experience going to in-person and virtual events, all while being in the podcasting industry. 95% of the people I've talked to said they are interested in attending a live event. If that's you, Steve shares some great ideas and things to consider to help you get the biggest impact out of going to a live event. Thanks for listening! If you have additional questions about live events, I'd love to chat with you over on Instagram! SHOW NOTES: https://laurenwrighton.com/episode54
Build A Big Podcast - The Marketing Podcast For Podcasters
95% of the time, the focus of Build A Big Podcast is marketing. Steve Stewart is a podcast editor. What does he know about marketing a podcast? A lot – as the guy who runs the 6000+-member Podcast Editors Club on Facebook, he's seen and heard it all. On this episode: The importance of owning a niche...even if you're just editing podcasts The editing "side-hustle" – a good option for you as a podcast host? How to start a podcast editing business (and how Steve was able to do it) The "psychology" of working with guests to get a great podcast interview The right way to do a mic test when you're interviewing a podcast guest remotely Getting comfortable on the mic (and how to make your podcast guests more comfortable) Want more? Visit Steve at Podcast Editor Academy. Don't Let Your Podcast Be Ignored - Download my free "Podcast Growth Toolkit" to double your podcast audience.
How Steve Stewart Leveraged a Tiny Niche to Make His Living Editing Podcasts
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Steve Stewart: How to Build a Services-Led Channel
Channel Journeys Podcast
Why is a services-led channel so important? Software-as-a-service has forced vendors to think differently about their customer engagement model. TSIA (Technology Association of America) describes this new model as LAER which stands for land, adopt, expand and renew. Sales-led partners may be great at the land part; uncovering new opportunities and getting a customer to subscribe to the service. But that’s only the first step in driving customer success and building a low-churn recurring revenue stream. When channel veteran Steve Stewart landed at SmartSheet as Head of Global Channels, he inherited a channel of mostly transactional partners. Steve knew their customers needed help in the adoption of their SaaS offering for collaboration and work management. And SmartSheet couldn’t expand their own services team fast enough to keep up with the growth. So Steve is building a channel of services-led partners to drive adoption, expansion, and renewals. Steve shares how he’s building and enabling a services-led channel and what’s in it for their partners. KEY TAKEAWAYS Steve shares 3 critical success factors for building a services-led SaaS channel: Focus on partners who can add value-added services including consulting, custom software development, configuration and implementation, and training services. Double down on education and training, and not just product training. Partners need to know how to lead with a business transformation message, drive transformation and provide business outcomes. Offer an online marketplace where service-led partners can package their vertical expertise and uses cases built into solutions that sit on top of your SaaS offering. Steve offers one last awesome tip. He asks this one question every time he’s meeting with a partner. “Tell me about one best practice from one of your other vendors that has allowed you to execute better than anyone else?” SHARE THIS I needed partners that were willing and able to build a services practice around Smartsheet - @EstebanStewartClick To Tweet I've got a big focus on recruitment, but I would say very selective recruitment. It's carving with a scalpel. It's not fishing - @EstebanStewartClick To Tweet It's being upfront right out the gate, because it doesn't do either of you any good to recruit a partner where it's not the right fit. They're going to be disappointed. And so will you. - @EstebanStewartClick To Tweet LINKS & RESOURCES Find Steve on LinkedIn Learn more about the LAER model Get the book The Ultimate Route to Market: How Technology Professionals Can Work Successfully with Global Systems Integrators, Outsourcers and Consulting Firms The post Steve Stewart: How to Build a Services-Led Channel first appeared on Channel Journeys.